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History MusiC began as a music classification library but it has grown much more ambitious :)

What it is now ? So far it is an extensible extractor. Available source code compiles (and seg faults shouldn't occur) but it isn't fully functional yet (give a look below). This project is under development but it is not mature enough to produce a release yet.

What we have ? Please, refer to the wiki for more information about Development Status, Building and Dependencies.

What it will be ? An extensible data classification library which allows users to create their own features, windows, classifiers, file handlers or configuration modules.

It is developed and tested under Windows XP(32-bits), Linux(32/64-bits), Mac(Intel). Also it is known to be run by Microsoft .Net and Mono Project. .Net 3.5 equivalent or higher is required.

Next Release It will happen when all non-future tags(Development Status) turns into OK tags. It will be the first release of this project.

Badges Take a look here.

Contact mjsmagalhaes -at- gmail ~dot~ com

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audio classification collection csharp framework music

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